NSF BI Related Links and Other Resources

Links, Documents, and Other Resources For Gaining Insight About, Addressing, and Responding to The National Science Foundation (NSF) Broader Impacts Criterion

While this is not a comprehensive list of all the related BI criterion information, these links do provide relevant background information on NSF BI and/or documents that will increase your ability to successfully address this criterion. This is a living document. So, as more links are added they will be categorized to allow quick navigation for finding the needed or sought after information pertaining to NSF BI.  If there is a resource that is not here or one that you think would bring value to others please email it or the link to info@research-impact-enterprises.com.

Information from the National Science Foundation (NSF):

The Proposal & Award Policies & Procedure Guide (PAPPG) 20-1

Perspectives on Broader Impacts

NSF BI Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) – Older but Still Relevant

Information from the National Alliance for Broader Impacts (NABI) now called Advancing Research Impact in Society (ARIS):

The Broader Impacts Guiding Principles and Questions for National Science Foundation Proposals

Current State of Broader Impacts: Advancing Science and Benefiting Society

Information from the Broader Impacts in Research (BIR) Organization’s Faculty BI Workshop Seminar Series:

PowerPoint Slides Part II: History of and Why Faculty Have Still Been Confused on NSF BI and how is this being addressed

PowerPoint Slides Part III: Conceptually Understanding NSF Through the Research and Scholarship of Broader Impacts (SoBI)

PowerPoint Slides Part IV: Practical Applications for Developing, Choosing, Implementing, and Writing Your NSF Broader Impacts

Information from the American Society for Microbiology (ASM):

How to Nail Broader Impacts in Your Next NSF Grant Application

Popular Articles Written by “The Broader Impacts Guy”:

Five Tips You Need to Know to Obtain an NSF CAREER Award

Moving Towards A Research-Based Understanding and Approach to Broader Impacts

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